June current account shows surplus of 208.8 million as imports outpace exports
July primary cash surplus at 6.75 bln as revenue rise outstrips expenditure
Budget surplus beats July target on lower investment spending as tax refunds fall short
Unpaid contributions rise to 33.86 bln as more legacy debtors added
Growth conditions improving but more work needed over longer term, PBO suggests
Building permits up by 4.4 pct in May and 5.3 pct in first five months
Parliament Budget Office welcomes deal, warns on economic prospects and reform implementation
The agreement reached with lenders is an important first step towards restoration of confidence, inclusion of Greek government bonds in the European Central Bank’s QE programme and a future return to capital markets, according to the Parliament Budget Office's (PBO) first quarter (Q1) report.
However, the PBO stresses that the economic situation in Q1 is disappointing in comparison with expectations.
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